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. a southern indiana town completely wiped out. several people are reported dead in area and the numbers are expected to rise. we'll check in with rick reichmuth at the fox news weather center in a bit. joining us now on the phone, john gordon, meteorologist near kentucky. john, what can you tell us about the area and what you are hearing about the damage throughout this area? >> bret, that is going on, we had super cell thunderstorms producing storms in indiana. we're in the process we are still issuing tornado warnings south and east of louisville area. significant damage obviously. loss of life in southern indiana, which we are very sad about. we're still trying to issue warnings from the national weather service to protect life and property across kentucky and the eastern side, cutting toward the lexington area. south of there right now. >> bret: just to be clear, for people listening in. warning means a tornado has been sighted or is on the ground somewhere. people need to act quickly. >> bret: absolutely. the prediction center put out a dangerous situation this morning. we had info
sunday. susan candiotti, cnn, indiana. >> thank you very much. this has been a day of taking stock for victims of that deadly rash of tornados that hit 11 states. many lost everything. the extreme weather claimed at least 39 lives in kentucky, indiana, ohio, iand georgia. no corner of this small town was spared. homes annihilated and trees plucked out of the ground and there were scenes like this all over the midwest and south tonight. the number of people killed from the storm has risen to 21 in kentucky. despite damage, we are hearing stories of survival. here's tim in the hard hit town. >> reporter: on the out skirts of west liberty, kentucky, tornado survivors return home. >> this was your house? >> this was my house, yes. >> where is the house now? >> across the street in the parking lot. >> the rubble is across the street. that's your house? >> yes. >> she had only moments to make it into the basement and rode out the storm. >> can you believe you are safe and sound? >> it was all rather quickly. so quickly that i did not have a lot of time to think. you think back on it and
national notice, but at the end of the last week, the ousted republican secretary of state in indiana was sentenced for voter fraud. he had been convicted of six felonies, including voter fraud, and he's the guy who runs elections in the state of indiana. mitch daniels, the republican governor in indiana, had refused to appoint anybody permanently to replace this guy once he was convicted of voter fraud. the governor saying that if the felony convictions could get knocked down to misdemeanors, maybe, then he would be happy to reinstate this guy to run indiana's elections. ultimately, late last week, the republican secretary of state did not get his felony convictions busted down to misdemeanors, so he can't get back into office. and now indiana might get a democrat installed in the secretary of state's seat instead. but mitch daniels saying he wanted to put a convicted voter fraud felon in charge of the state's elections, that probably does not help mitch daniels' vice presidential chances either. which brings, of course, to the other great milk toast hope for the vice presidential ru
in indiana where the girl was found. susan, so sad to hear this news. you have gotten a chance and you have spoken exclusively to the man who found her as we were getting this sad information. >> reporter: it is, indeed, so sad, especially because this really is a case and a story that captured everyone's heart. i think everyone that had heard about this family and little angel had been pulling for her at least to be, as you said, a symbol of hope, of survival. but now it appears that her injuries were just too much for that little one to overcome, and the family made a very difficult decision quite clearly. but i'm standing here, don, in the debris field, the aftermath of that tornado where it all happened. this twister when it came in on friday hit a field behind me. you can see where mainly mobile homes were located and the babcock family lived there, a family of five. a husband, a father and mother, ages 20, 21, and their three children. and a neighbor by the name of jason miller had convinced them to come hofover from their smal trailer to his double wide to take shelter. they hunkered
of the regions hit by the storms. at least for one community in indiana it is what is pouring in that matters most. prayers help and most of all hope. deana jones has that part of the story tonight. ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> why did this happen? i don't care. it did. >> reporter: at henryville community church the focus is on healing. >> some of our folks could not get in this morning. so many of you have lost everything. many of you have lost vehicles. some of you slept in your garages last night. >> reporter: and the 80 member congregation in this small town is getting a lot of help from a disaster relief group and ordinary people. >> i got here at 6:00 a.m., at dawn when they allows us in and these guys were already here. they have had a couple of semis that have come and brought lots and lots of materials. >> reporter: from food and water to bedding and clothing they have it covered for families that lost everything in friday's storm. >> today we're just trying to see if we can organize everything to be able to distribute food, clothes, toiletries and the things they ne
australia >>> from ohio to indiana what traveled hundreds of mild unscathed by the ravaging tornado, coming up. >>> very cold, spring ski like conditions for today but this weekend things will change. clouds rolling in. looks like we may see some snow late in the day on sunday. bring your chains if you are heading that direction. we'll have more on your weather coming up. it's getting crowded at toyota's #1 for everyone sales event. why? 'cause people know toyota's the best. toyota has the most fuel-efficient and longest lasting vehicles of any full-line automaker. plus, every new toyota comes with the peace-of-mind of toyota care, a complimentary maintenance plan with roadside assistance. so from camry to tundra, this is your chance to save big on our most popular models. with the incredible deals you'll find... ...you're gonna want to hurry in for this one. ♪ [ male announcer ] the great savings won't last long. (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i g
the process more difficult. there was a memorial for an indiana family killed by the tornado. the baby girl found in a field later died. the death toll is at least 39. 6:07 on this tuesday morning, 25 degrees in woodbrige. >> still ahead, metro's most dangerous period which stationed earned the dubious honor. >> not the way you want to start the morning drive. a close call. that is scary. >> first, waiting for the mid- [ female announcer ] with xfinity you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies than ever. and more ways to discover them too. plus more speed from america's fastest internet provider. so you can run more devices at the same time. ♪ feel a firework ♪ [ female announcer ] and best of all, it keeps getting better. no wonder more people choose xfinity over any other provider. ♪ love can be so mystical ♪ ♪ ♪ >> welcome back. unfortunately, a tractor-trailer accident in frederick, virginia. 81 between winchester and clearbrook, stay to the right in both directions. we are going to newschopper 7. they are looking at traffic in newington, virgin
. some town pretty were much wiped out. in indiana, for instance, the cleanup is complicated because there was snow that fell overnight and a lot of people lost their homes and they had to spend the evening helping with recovery efforts. some of the victims of these storms say they might never recover. there is one woman, she survived the tornado, that slammed into indiana, but she lost the love of her life. patty was engaged, just one day before the tornado hit. her fiancee, he was in the mobile home with her when it was picked up and it was tossed around by those winds. >> i've lost everything. i've lost my boyfriend, my fiance, i've lost my home, everything in it. i lost my animals, my dog, everything. it's just so hard for me to believe that he's not here. it felt like i was floating, flying, is what i could feel like, and i could feel my receives going through the walls of the trailer. i remember when it first hit and i fell backwards, my first thought in my head was, this is it. i'm going to die. >> we wish patty all the strength and all the best. we know this is a very hard, h
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. appreciate it. >> good to see you. >>> a stunning new video of a tornado that destroyed an indiana town a couple of weeks ago. watch as it dismantled a high school gym. first, how is your ncaa tournament bracket? mine took a big hit last night. we'll talk you through it. ♪ when your chain of supply goes from here to shanghai, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ chips from here, boards from there track it all through the air, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ clearing customs like that hurry up no time flat that's logistics. ♪ ♪ all new technology ups brings to me, that's logistics. ♪ brad needs car insurance, but, uh, brad doesn't want to spend too much. who's brad? this is brad. ahh! well, progressive has lots of discounts for a guy like brad. brad's intrigued. paid in full, safe driver, multi-car, going paperless -- all can help brad save a bunch. sign brad up. cool! jamie will ring you up. show brad the way. who's brad? oh, here we go again. discounts that everyone can use. now, that's progressive. call or click today. battle speech right? may i? capital one is issuing a venture double miles c
to the end of the process. look what we've given santorum. kentucky, west virginia, north carolina, indiana, wisconsin, even if he won all of those states with gingrich in the race getting some delegates, romney coming in second or coming in third and getting some delegates, look what happens. romney still clinching the nomination. still clinches the nomination. maybe. maybe if santorum could take away california romney still clinches the nomination. santorum would also have to win some place like new jersey to deny him. even then romney would have a big lead. that's one scenario. even if you take gingrich out on theory he exits the race say after a santorum victory in louisiana. most polls suggest again even being extraordinarily generous to senator santorum that romney will be difficult to beat. let me show you that scenario. going to change the map a little bit. first we go back to where we are today. give you a scenario. even if you take speecher gingrich out, let's say again santorum wins wisconsin, indiana, switch that one, let's say he wins west virginia, we'll switch that one. he wi
gainesville, georgia, ashley belt. from carmel, indiana, aipac activist doug rose. >> good morning. >> and last but not least, a student activist from the university of southern california, barry logren. let's go right to our first question. stacy schusterman. >> clearly, governor romney, as you addressed the question on everyone's mind is the danger of iran developing nuclear arms capability. can you discuss further your plans to stop iran? >> thank you, yes. a number of things. first of all, we have to put in place a diplomatic isolation program much that was put in place against south africa during apartheid. i would indict ahmadinejad under the genocide convention. i would make sure that their diplomats are rejected and despised throughout the world. i'd also make sure that we have communicated our credible military options. we can't continue to express a point of view that sounds like we're more concerned about israel taking action against iran than we are about iran becoming nuclear, so we have to develop our own military options and communicate them to the world. we also hav
that they were kept at arm's length. as it stands now, indiana republican senator richard lugar will not actually be able to vote for himself in his state's may primary. today a county election board voted along party lines to find lugar and his wife ineligible to vote in their former home district because he does not own a house there or live there. lugar's office blasted the decision, noting the state election commission unanimously ruled his lack of a permanent indiana home does not disqualify him from being on the ballot. as of now, he's on the ballot. but won't be able to cast one. >>> finally, police, firefighters and other trenton city workers were down to their last rolls of toilet paper as a result of a budget battle in the garden state. luckily an emergency appropriation of $16,000 by the city council saved the day. meanwhile, animal rights group peta offered a six-month supply of free toilet paper rolls. the toilet paper donation came with the condition that each sheet would contain a pro vegan message that read in part, wipe cruelty from your diet. >>> from wipes to swipes, there is a
of small town life reemerging. jay gray is in henryville, indiana with more on the cleanup. >> as families continue to pour through all of the splintered wood and twisted metal, suddenly signs of recovery are showing up. this morning the new washington state bank reopened. there was no power so no computers, all the transactions had to be written out by hand much working by hand is something most are getting used to here. in some places a brick at a time. before the storm, carrie's beauty salon and house set side by side. now, what's left of both is scattered for miles. >> we have to start over from scratch. >> because she doesn't know how to get over everything that's happened. >> there are no words to put together to describe that very moment. >> reporter: for others the word is simple and obvious, it's hero. as the tornado was tearing away her home and everything around them. stephanie refused to let it take her children. >> i was reaching around holding them. >> she saved her little boy and girl. but flying debris left her crippled. >> i had two steel beams on my legs. >> fighting thro
guard troops are helping out those in indiana and kentucky as well. i want to go to kentucky, to rob marciano standing in the mess, in the snow in west liberty. you were saying lack of power and lack of communication have been major challenges for folks in that area. >> yeah, that's just the scope of it. for this town, the whole town is wiped out. there is virtually no building that went untouched. because this tornado at one point was a mile wide. imagine, if you will, pry afternoon around 5:30, the tornado coming up and over that ridge, spiralling down into this valley and just progressing across the center of this town and taking out nearly everything in its sight. most of the debris has been cleared off the road, but it's just really been pushed up against the sidewalk, kind of like sweeping things under the rug. just enough to get the work crews in here so they can do further work, so they can string power poles, so they can get some roofing supplies in here to whatever structures somewhat remain, to get contractors in here like across the street that are setting up plywood and
, show is complicating the clean up and recovery efforts in kentucky and indiana after a series of devastating tornadoes swept across the south and midwest. in all, 39 people were killed across five states. these pictures from a cnn aye reporter in indiana showed the terrifying power of one of the storms. here's more now of the dramatic i-report as the storm let hen henryville, indiana. >> we got to get out of the house. >> look at that! >> holy, cow, my friend lives right over there, too. >> in all the that storm system brought at least 42 tornados to ten states. >>> other news, syrian troops where expanding their violent crackdown on the opposition. lisa sylvester is monitor that and other top stories in "the situation room." what's going on. >> hi, wolf, according to a human rights group linked to the opposition, at least eight people were killed in cities across the country including a 14-year-old shot by a sniper. government security forces are stepping up raised and have detained hundreds of civilians. they say as many as 2,000 refugees have crossed into lebanon since yest
: the gentlelady from nevada yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana rise? >> ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: so ordered. mr. pence: mr. speaker, there is a lot of issues being debated here in our nation's capital, but hoosiers are talking about just one thing and that is rising prices at the pump. the average price of gasoline in indiana right now is $3.82 a gallon. that's 10 cents higher than the national average. and it's worth noting when president obama came to office the average price of gasoline nationwide was $1.79. this administration pushed cap and trade, national energy tax that the president said would cause utility rates to skyrocket. they pushed it through regulations even though it didn't make it in the congress. they suspended deep water drilling in the gulf of mexico for a time. they placed the entire pacific and atlantic coasts off-limits to drilling. refused to explore alaska. decreased production across the western part of our nation, and most recently rejected the keystone x.l. pipeline. i say and i tak
throws down to the end. 28 seconds left, a one and one they miss and keith smart for indiana hits the shot to win it 74-73 for indiana. and then in 1993, the infamous chris webber time-out that michigan didn't have for the fab five. and that secures dean smith's second and last national championship at north carolina. so i think some new orleans voodoo here could be happening. >> i'm not trying to rub it in, but you mentioned syracuse. are you aware they almost lost yesterday? >> i am. i actually was working yesterday. i caught it out of the corner of my eye. >> you were preparing for this segment. that is work. >> i was, absolutely. i think they were one of the number one seeds in the tournament. you know, they look shaky right now. >> let's move on to number two. this is a feel-good story. which will have the feel-good story of 2012. >> i think you have to feel about about the murray state team right now. they're a six seed. they played great yesterday. they just blew out colorado state. they have got an interesting kid, isaiah cannon, who's their guard who's actually from missi
for indiana hits the shot to hit it 74-73 for indiana. in 1993, the infamous chris weber time-out that michigan didn't are for the fab five. that secures dean smith's second and last national championship at north carolina. so i think some new orleans voodoo here could be happening. >> i'm not trying to rub it in. >> you mentioned syracuse. almost lost yesterday -- >> i watched that game. i shouldn't say that. i actually was working yesterday. i caught it out of the corner of my eye. >> preparing for this segment. >> absoluteliment. >> they're one of the number one seeds in the tournament. you know, they look shaky right now. >> let's move on to number two. feel good story. which school has the feel-good story of 2012? >> you have to feel good about the murray state racers. they were undefeated for much of the seasonment they're now 31-1. they're a sixth seed. they played great yesterday, blew out colorado state. they have an interesting kid, isaiah cannon. a guard from mississippi. but went through all the horrors of katrina. so the racers are a team, i think, they play marqu
driver. that is a guardian angel. meet angel perry. she drives a school bus in indiana. her town was clobbered by a tornado earlier this month. it was a tornado packing winds over 200 miles an hour. and it's bearing down on perry's bus and 11 frightened kids inside. she is in the middle of a route. she is trying to make it home but then she decides to floor it and get back to the school. she pulls in and calmly but quickly gets everyone off that bus making sure all 11 kids are accounted for. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 -- come on. 10, 11. go. go, go. just moments later, that tornado picks up the empty 18-ton bus and flingz it across the parking lot hammering into the wall of a restaurant. the bus driver angel perry saved those kids. she is a true to life hero. >>> in columbus, ohio, not so much a hit and run but a hit and run away. what the driver hit was a convenience store. surveillance cameras captured it. the lady drives up and hits the gas one more time instead of the brakes. there she goes. that suv plows into the store. slim jims, rotissary weaners are going everywhere. >
learned that indiana's aid application, which claimed more than 25 million dollars in damages from storms in the last couple of weeks, had been approved by fema, senator dick durbin and others were outraged. >> to think that these local communities or our state with its own budget problems can take care of this is just naive. >> reporter: fema said denied applications are not unprecedented. last year's minnesota's request after storms and tornadoes was also rejected. >> turning down a disaster is never easy. we know there's real people and real homes that have been impacted. this is not about the individual or the family. this is really about looking at the impacts to the state. >> reporter: illinois is appealing the decision, scott. its congressional delegation and governor quinn will be meeting with fema officials in washington tomorrow. >> pelley: dean, thanks very much. he's a mobster turned author. now the words he wrote may seal his fate. that's next. that's next. can you start the day the way you wa can orencia help? [ woman ] i wanted to get up when i was ready, not my joints. [ f
surge from wichita state's two events to the n.c.a.a. tournament round. a 52-59 upset win. indiana will play on saturday. colorado was also a winner. that was the last game of the night. >> now look at today's action. >> the georgetown hoyas played belmont at 3:00 this afternoon. it worked out yesterday in columbus, ohio. the georgetown hoyas are aware of the talent at belmont. one of their seven losses this season was by one point to duke. >> they can shoot very well. they are a good team. 14-game winning streak speaks volumes. >> we cannot look at them being 14. we have to look at them as any other team half the plant. >> we have come to play hard to. the georgetown is favored in the game. virginia will play the florida gators at 2:10 this afternoon. have a great day, everybody. tgif. a lot of distractions today with basketball and the good weather. >> no complaints. >> it's 49 degrees. the news continues at 5:30. >> violence in a quiet neighborhood in fairfax. the latest on the search for a man who attacked a woman. >> temperatures are still very mild, not record-breaking today.
at surveillance video from a school bus as a tornado struck in henryville, indiana, earlier this month. the video was shot three minutes after the driver and 11 children club the bus for shelter. school officials had sent students home early that day because of tornado warnings. it's good they got out of the bus when they did. the school bus was thrown into the side of a diner. 5:42, 44 degrees. google wants to join the tablets market. linda bell has that story. first, if five people arrested in a >> tonight's a lucky lottery player could become a half billion dollars richer. the mega millions jackpot is up to a record-breaking . breaking540 million on our facebook page this morning we are asking what is the most extravagant thing you would buy if you won the mega millions? one person says that she would buy a decked out yacht. jennifer says that she wants property. a mansion in laguna hills, a beachfront property in huntington, and a beach home in hawaii. and jennifer is taking it one step further, she says that she wants a waterfront home with a private island. all of those sound amazing. it's
require it. the state of florida and indiana have tried similar programs before they were stopped by the courts. what they found is less than 1% to 2% of the people that were tested were actually using drugs. and so talking about a very small percentage. the amount that you get for unemployment in arizona is the lowest in the country, about $240 per week. >> my point is for government jobs, i think people have to do this. i mean, i'm trying to figure out what the down side is. maybe we would be helping people who actually have a drug problem. >> well, perhaps. there's money in this bill for funding for drug treatment, yes, but what the federal government has said is that if we go forward with this legislation, that we could very likely lose our federal money for unemployment. so that means, you know, thousands of people in arizona who are on unemployment who aren't using drugs are going to lose the $200 a week that they need to put money on the table, to feed their families and to get back on their feet. >> all right. it's a very interesting debate. >> you know, beauty of our fed
. an indiana mother lost parts of her legs while laying on her children to keep them safe. nbc's tom costello is at the university of louisville hospital where she's recovering. good morning, tom. >> good morning. she's in fair condition. stephanie decker has seven broken ribs. she lost one leg at the knee. another at the ankle. she was home alone with 8-year-old domenic and 5-year-old reese when the storm with 175 miles per hour winds began ripping the home to shreds. alone in their new home with a tornado fast approaching, stephanie decker knew the only chance she and the kids had of surviving was to wrap them in a blanket and lay on top of them. >> everything started hitting my back. beams, pillars, furniture. everything was just slamming into my back. i had my children in the blanket and i was on top of them. i was reaching around, holding them and they were screaming. mommy, i can't live without you. i don't want to die. don't let me die. i said, we're going to make it. >> reporter: when the storm cleared the home was gone, wiped from the foundation with stephanie and the kids buried in
'm giving santorum, wisconsin, indiana, north carolina, west virginia, nebraska and pennsylvania which is 72 votes. i don't think he's going to win all of those. i think wisconsin, indiana and maybe north carolina and nebraska will go to romney. so right now, gingrich -- romney -- if romney wins all of the 11 states i ticked off and he's ahead in all of them, then he's got this nomination sewed up and he would then have 1230 votes and he needs 1144. i frankly predict he'll end up with 1320, 1350 which would be 200 more than he needs. >> i know he got most of the conservative vote possibly for the first time and he also gained on married women on rick santorum in the midwest. >> tea party. >> and the tea party as well. but does the voter turnout down 24% despite the biggest, most significant illinois primary since 1988 disturb you? >> well, i think that a lot of the people who would have turned out to vote for santorum or gingrich stayed home because they felt that they did not want to prolong this nominating battle and it was one thing to vote for a candidate who is not their first choice
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